If you’re a business owner, you know that managing payroll can be a challenging and time-consuming task. Processing paychecks, tracking hours worked, handling deductions, and calculating taxes can take up a lot of time and energy. That’s where payroll processing services can help. An efficient, professional payroll service will take care of all the details for you, so you can focus on running your business. They’ll save you time and money in the process. Here’s what you need to know about payroll processing services.
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Human resource managers need data-driven insights to help them operate effectively. HR analytics, also known as people analytics, aids critical decision-making. With evidence-based data analytics, managers can more easily improve workforce processes, recognize top talent, and create a positive employee experience.
There are a lot of accepted practices when it comes to running a small business, and for good reason – these are tried and tested methods of getting things done. Unfortunately, technology has a habit of moving forward, so while what worked before may still function, it’s often not the best way to do things anymore.
Investing in accounting software is a great choice that offers many benefits for business owners. You can choose from plenty of options, such as QuickBooks Online, Wave, FreshBooks, and many others. Learning more about the advantages of using accounting software is a good idea if you are still undecided about these options.
Many small business owners know they can offload difficult and time-consuming responsibilities such as benefit and payroll administration to a professional employer organization (PEO). Often, however, they aren’t aware of the other kinds of work that PEOs could do for them.
How are you driving productivity at your company?
Forbes writes that high productivity acts like rocket fuel for companies and the bottom line. To generate high productivity, workers need to feel engaged and aligned, which is underpinned by a strong company culture. Set the tone for your company’s culture with an employee handbook. Check out the iAS blog for tips on writing one yourself – or contact us to do it for you!
In Hayes v. University Health Shreveport, the Louisiana Supreme Court upheld a private employer’s COVID vaccine mandate. Relying on the state’s well-established employment-at-will doctrine, the court held that a private employer is entitled to set whatever conditions and terms of employment it wants, including a COVID vaccine mandate, provided those conditions and terms do not run […]
OSHA has withdrawn the vaccination and testing emergency temporary standard (ETS) issued on Nov. 5, 2021 that would have been applicable to employers with 100 or more employees. The withdrawal is effective TODAY. Although OSHA is withdrawing the vaccination and testing ETS as an enforceable emergency temporary standard, the agency is not withdrawing the ETS as a […]
The U.S. Supreme Court blocked the vaccine-or-testing rule for private businesses with at least 100 employees, but allowed to take effect the vaccine policy rolled out in November by the US Department of Health and Human Services’ Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, which sought to require the Covid-19 vaccine for certain health care workers […]
On December 27, OSHA announced it is allowing its Emergency Temporary Standard (“ETS”) for healthcare facilities to sunset but that it would continue to work on a permanent standard for COVID-related hazards. OSHA formally withdrew the non-recordkeeping portions of the ETS, but the recordkeeping requirements for employers covered under a separate rule which require them […]